Cathie Wood: These Stocks Will EXPLODE in 2023


Cathie Wood thinks that Jerome Powell and the Federal Reserve are doing serious damage to the economy. While they’re focused on stopping #inflation , #arkinvest believes that we’re about to see massive #deflation ! Will the #fed change it’s mind? Or is #cathiewood looking too far into the future to really understand which stocks are the best stocks to buy now? Let’s take a look at Cathie Wood’s trades inside the ARK Invest funds over the course of 2022 to find out!

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30 gedachten over “Cathie Wood: These Stocks Will EXPLODE in 2023”

  1. she is talking bullshit, her advice is useless, pltr, and other in past years are dead

  2. Correct me if I’m wrong but to my understanding, this proves how much we need an concrete understanding of a particular asset as investors because playing the market blindly or solely of technicals is a big risk. I've been quite unsure about investing in this current market and at the same time I feel it's the best time to get started on the market, following the famous phrase ‘buy the dip’ what are your thoughts on dollar?

  3. Given current recession pressures, it is unlikely that the stock will yield substantial returns in the near term. However, it may be a suitable investment opportunity. I will monitor market conditions and consider purchasing when there is an improvement in the relevant economic indicators, any idea which stocks this may be? I just sold my home in the Boca Grande area and I’m looking to remunerate a lump sum into the stock market before stocks rebound, is this a good time to buy or no?

  4. You have failed so far by the numbers can you make it up? That’s the question.

  5. I think AI is certainly going to play big. The problem with funds like ARKK is that they’re funds. Regardless of what certain stocks or fields offer in future, buying them through a fund that has been hit so hard is dangerous. Investors need to understand how they handled redemptions, what good stuff the fund sold to pay out withdrawals, and what junk the fund is still left with.

  6. i hear fear huge stress and lack confidence in her voice. i know that she want to that her stocks to grow but is more wishful thinking that guarantee . her stocks can go up ofcourse but she does not look confident at all in this video.

  7. I feel GOGY will also do well. Invest in a top-performing beverage stock with a bright future and thank me later

  8. She says uhh and umm too much. Makes me question uhhh ark

  9. The only thing disruptive about ARKK innovation is in if your own personal wealth if you put your money with her ETF, just look at her track record. Ticker is a bum listen to his channel will turn you into a bum too.

  10. Have you seen the Hindenburg short seller's report on Block / SQ ? It could have a drag effect on the bulls.

  11. I'm skeptical of Zoom because Microsoft Windows now incorporates Team as part of Windows. Skype now has a similar functionality enabling people to share an url so that people on other types of computers can join in on a conversation.

  12. At this pace it will take 10 years for ARKK to attain Cathie's 5 year plan.

  13. Getting Powder ready for the crash.
    Great Information. Thank You Sir.

  14. Republicans (which includes the most powerful CEOs and banksters who have the most to benefit) are/will be desperate to crash the economy up to the 2024 election for political reasons.

  15. I used to think every investor lose out during inflation, meanwhile, some make millions. I also thought everybody went out of business during the Great Depression, but some went into business. The bottom line, there's always depression for some and profit for others, it all starts with having the right mindset. That said, I've set asides $250k to invest for the future, unfortunately, I'm a complete noob.

  16. Anyone who has lost 75% of the value of your flagship ETF should do more listening than jacking your jaw as an expert. A female Kramer.

  17. Idc what anyone says, Cathie is smart she knows what she’s doing and she’s been in the industry for a while now. Thanks to Cathie i started buying stocks🙏

  18. Interesting article some good perspective, AI shift is changing some opportunities she is generally able to find good results and value. Will do additional research on how AI is going to shift the paradigm for the investments she is in. The autonomous driving cars are going to be an upcoming item that will compete with Tesla, General Motors is slowly rolling out their units & going to change the transportation profile considerably by the end of the decade. Short term GM is nearly in the toilet & advantage Tesla, long term the shift for mass market transportation will return to GM. Depends on the length of time you’re going to hold.

  19. Like Warren Buffet said, dividends are only good if the business you’re investing into can’t make good use of that capital. So if you’re trying to invest into businesses with actual growth, looking at dividends is a waste of time. Why are you investing into a company if they’re returning capital to you because they think you can make better use if it than they can. It’s not much different from bond investing. The way I see it if you have a $1 million at some point, that’d be enough to create a portfolio that would pay you between 50k-70k in dividend income…

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